Table 2—

Glycemic index values for white bread and mean AUC for bread and glucose determined by measuring its glycemic response on three separate occasions

Test 1Test 2Test 3Mean of tests 1 and 2Mean ± SEM of 3 testsCV(%) of 3 tests
Individual values
    Participant 1 (M)15458185106132 ± 3851
    Participant 2 (M)8953407161 ± 1541
    Participant 3 (M)5945705258 ± 722
    Participant 4 (F)12644648578 ± 2555
    Participant 5 (M)7892828584 ± 48
    Participant 8 (M)8652256954 ± 1756
    Participant 13 (F)7667707171 ± 37
    Participant 15 (M)8137705963 ± 1337
    Participant 18 (F)2561474344 ± 1141
    Participant 19 (F)5677896774 ± 1023
    Participant 21 (F)777604248 ± 2175
    Participant 22 (F)12133997784 ± 2655
    Participant 23 (F)7270627168 ± 37
    Participant 24 (M)5675816571 ± 818
Mean ± SEM of GI78 ± 10 (50)60 ± 5 (28)75 ± 10 (50)69 ± 5 (25)71 ± 6 (30)
    M subjects86 ± 12 (38)59 ± 7 (32)79 ± 19 (65)73 ± 7 (25)75 ± 10 (36)
    F subjects69 ± 17 (65)61 ± 6 (27)70 ± 7 (26)65 ± 6 (25)67 ± 6 (23)
  • Data are means ± SEM or means ± SEM (CV) unless otherwise indicated; n = 14. Data obtained from participants who attended three sets of tests. CV values in the last column were calculated for the mean of the three tests. All values were calculated by dividing individual glycemic responses to white bread (AUC) by the mean glycemic response to three glucose challenges. GI, glycemic index; F, female; M, male.